Mistaken for Jesus, shunned as a Satanist, identified as the spirit of a long dead explorer and repeatedly asked to run for the presidency of Zambia, I walked eighteen hundred kilometres along the wild Zambezi River. On the way, I spent time with cabinet ministers, drug smugglers, tribal chiefs and villagers, all of whom took me into their hearts and their homes.
Exciting, poignant and brilliantly evocative of an Africa that is rapidly disappearing, Cowbells Down the Zambezi tells the story of an epic walk among the River People of Zambia.
‘Cowbells Down the Zambezi’ tells the story of the first half of my Zambezi walk, while ‘In Livingstone’s Footsteps’ is the second part of this epic adventure.
Copies are available on Amazon on the link below or can be ordered directly from me.
More information about my Zambezi walk can also be found here.